Myrtle Beach, SC (PRWEB) October 4, 2007
Stress found in workplaces across the United States cost businesses nearly $200 billion in sick leave, decreased productivity, and increased employee turnovers in just the last nine months. And, looking ahead to the holiday season, the next almost three months are sure to drive up already heightened stress levels, creating challenges for employers bracing for the busiest time of the year.
Additionally, an estimated 70 to 90 percent of visits made to physicians are blamed on stressful conditions, which translates to increased healthcare costs for today's employers. These staggering figures have companies turning to one of Earth's most basic elements - water.
With a natural sound, proven air purifying properties and zen-like good looks, indoor water fountains are believed to decrease stress and increase workplace productivity, which is a plus for any business and it's closely-watched bottom-line.
For instance, the well-named Pacific Life Insurance Company features a logo with a whale gracefully bounding from the ocean. But, what do the brass at Potential Life know that others don't: Adding a water fountain to an office environment calms and sooths - providing relief in a crowded waiting room, personal office, or tension-filled boardroom. In these areas of the office they do double-duty, not only looking great and soothing frazzled nerves, but also masking distracting background noises, while working to purify the office air.
It's a win-win situation. Office fountains (including smaller table top fountains and larger cascading wall fountains) promote a sense of tranquility. This makes for customers who are more content and employees who are happier and healthier, which translates into long-term clients and increased revenue
Dedicated to providing an array of indoor fountains at various prices for both home and office, premium-indoor-fountains.com makes purchasing an indoor waterfountain quick, easy and affordable, with positive outcomes that are hard to ignore. The new website, launching just in time for the 2007 holiday season, also provides articles and other resources that work to take the guesswork out of choosing and purchasing a fountain, as well what to do and not do long after the indoor fountain is installed. Site visitors can expect to find information on how to properly care for indoor fountains so that each device works properly and at its fullest potential and articles that detail the regular maintenance required to keep your indoor fountain looking its very best, running smoothly for years to come.